....in one of the child molestation cases.
Obviously everyone is entitled to a defense. Hopefully the jury will see past the expensive suits and the "charm" and decide based on the evidence.
By the way, Strauss-Kahn is not in a "prison" as the article says. He's in jail. Prison is where you go after you're convicted; jail is where you go until you're tried (or released on bail). It's a pretty nasty jail though.
also defended Sean [Puff Daddy] Combs, For Mr. Combs, he won an acquittal, and burnished his own credentials as
a trial lawyer. "Ladies and gentlemen, this is Sean [Puff Daddy]
Combs," he said during the trial, according to a book about Mr. Combs
titled Bad Boy. "You can call him Sean. You can call him Mr. Combs. You
can call him Puff Daddy. You can him just plain Puffy." But, Mr. Brafman
told the jury, you cannot call him guilty.